nH
Erlangen

ERLANGEN
HOTEL
OPENING: 2007
822

Plot size

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GFA

138

Hotel rooms

30

Parking spaces

100
%

Project status

The nH Hotel in Erlangen opened its 138 hotel rooms in April 2007.

NH ERLANGEN

The nH Hotel in Erlangen is centrally located in Erlangen s city center. It presents itself in a friendly, cozy design and within walking distance are a variety of sights as well as many stores, bars and restaurants.

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49.590118090522026, 11.007224311414367
nH Hotel Erlangen, Beethovenstra├če 3, 91052 Erlangen

CURRENT NEWS

Midpoint reached: Coleman 10 celebrates Bergfest and is on schedule! (copy 1)

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Delicious Crazy Taco Dark Night Bowls, cool drinks and music from the DJ - the Bergfest for our project "Coleman10" in Frankfurt was a great success!

Delicious Crazy Taco Dark Night Bowls, cool drinks and music from the DJ - the mountain party for our project "Coleman10" in Frankfurt was a complete success!
 
On Thursday, visitors had the exclusive opportunity to get an impression of the emerging office space "Coleman10" in Gateway Gardens in a relaxed atmosphere and to exchange ideas with colleagues and project participants.
 
Stefan Bockstaller from Fraport and Mr. Rudi from GBI shared inspiring thoughts on the development, the current market situation and the most significant lettings as well as the future perspective. We share their strong convictions that Gateway Gardens will establish itself as an extremely important new office location for international companies.
 
It was exciting to see the progress on the construction site, to get a glimpse of the project's possible future and to know that this exciting location will be full of life already next year.
 
Thank you to all the guests for sharing the celebration and interesting exchanges! And thank you Jazzunique for excellent organization.

 

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